#1
C4C


Such an ironic connection,
a bitter-sweet taste;
an hour too soon, but not a moment to waste.

This is my favorite game,
and I play to take;
I seem to forget just what you have at stake.

She will be the bridge between us,
we can never connect ourselves;
she will be the wall between us,
putting me through living hell.

She will be the best of us,
if substitution does allow;
she will be the death of us,
but why live in the end when you can live in now.

Nature's bending,
nature's mending;
maybe this will be worth defending.

Nature's screaming,
nature's dreaming,
with hopes of something worth redeeming.

She will be the bridge between us,
we can never connect ourselves;
she will be the wall between us,
putting me through living hell.

She will be the best of us,
if substitution does allow;
she will be the death of us,
but why live in the end when you can live.

Nature's trying,
but nature's crying,
it's time for mistakes to be washed away.

Nature's laughing,
because nothing's matching,
she will never be replaced.

She will be the bridge between us,
we can never connect ourselves;
she will be the wall between us,
putting me through living hell.

She will be the best of us,
if substitution does allow;
she will be the death of us,
but why live in the end when you can live in now.
Last edited by herby190 at Jul 30, 2010,
#2
hmm...could this be what wrote in the storm on the way home from driver's ed? i think so.
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When I saw that, I thought of musical notes.... my elementary school teachers taught them as "tee-tees" "ta-tas" and a bunch of other nonsense....
#4
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I maintain that it was a beautiful experience. My parents disagreed. :/


what'd they say?
Quote by herby190
When I saw that, I thought of musical notes.... my elementary school teachers taught them as "tee-tees" "ta-tas" and a bunch of other nonsense....
#5
They thought that biking when there were storm warnings and trees were falling over in the bike path was a stupid idea.... oh, and I don't think they found the lightning as entertaining as I did.
#6
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They thought that biking when there were storm warnings and trees were falling over in the bike path was a stupid idea.... oh, and I don't think they found the lightning as entertaining as I did.


well you kind of had to ride your bike home anyways :P
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When I saw that, I thought of musical notes.... my elementary school teachers taught them as "tee-tees" "ta-tas" and a bunch of other nonsense....
#7
Sounds kinda like a "respect the environment" type of message. Am I right?
Some people just wanna watch the world burn. Wanna join me when I take my turn to pour the gas, light the match, see your world flip upside down and drop until it's inside out?
#8
That isn't what it meant to be about, but I like to leave my pieces open to interpretation; I mean, it's based on my personal experience in different situations, and you obviously haven't lived my life, so everything will mean something completely different to you than it does to me.